When I was going through grief, I couldn’t see a good (much less great) future. I couldn’t see much beyond my grief. I listened in church to how God heals the wounds of every shattered heart (Proverbs 14:73) and TD Jakes who said, “it is the breaking of life that produces the blessing of life.” I listened to Joyce Meyer remind me that God would replace beauty where there was once ashes.
I needed to hear these things but, in the beginning, I didn’t believe them. I thought it was true for other people but not for me. However, when my relationship with God became closer, I was reminded of all those things I had watched and wished for. Further on, I saw them as a possibility for my life and further along, it became my life.
Today we’ll talk about how God can use your current brokenness for great future blessing. And, if you can’t believe it today, listen and let a seed be planted.
WORD of the week Are not five sparrows sold for two pennies? And not one of them is forgotten before God. Why, even the hairs of your head are all numbered. Fear not; you are of more value than many sparrows. Luke 12:6-7
Song of the Week Broken but I’m Healed by Byron Cage
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